DMZ Incubator

By mmuise
Description:

The DMZ Incubator is an equity-based program that helps venture-backable tech startups grow their business over the course of 18 months.


Comments on Funding:

Funding is up to $25K in exchange for 2.5% equity in the startup.

Deadline: Currently accepting applications
Eligibility:

Applicants must:

  • be seed and pre-seed tech startups;
  • be Canada’s most-promising and high-impact tech entrepreneurs who have what it takes to scale their business;
  • have a business dedicated to solving a compelling problem using innovative technology;
  • have at least one full-time founder who can be dedicated to the program;
  • have a driven, coachable, and collaborative leadership team;
  • have an in-house technical lead;
  • have a functional MVP;
  • have the ability to become a venture backable business in a growing market.
Application Steps:

1. Applicants must apply online using the DMZ Application Form.

2. Applicants that meet the eligibility criteria will be contacted by a member of the Programs team to schedule a follow up meeting.

3. Selected startups will be invited to pitch to DMZ’s Programs team followed by due diligence.

Documentation Needed:

No specific documentation has been identified.

Other Things to Note:

1. Women Founders - While the Incubator itself is not restricted to women founders, there is an additional stream of programming dedicated to women founders exclusively within the program. 2. Black Innovation Fellowship - The DMZ Incubator itself is not restricted to Black founders. However, in addition to program benefits of the Incubator, participants in the Black Innovation program will receive access to additional assistance.
3. Through the DMZ’s partnerships, our startups receive exclusive perks and discounts from 110+ partners worth over $1 million in business savings.
4. DMZ is a Toronto-based world-leading growth incubator.
5. Applications for the DMZ’s growth incubator are available only three times a year. 6. Now accepting applications for 2024 Cohort.

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mmuise